The New Apostolic Reformation/NAR is a religious movement of elites and regular people guided by an entire genre of books, texts, videos and other media. Among NAR adherents, is Sarah Palin and the NAR just may be the largest religious movement you've never heard of.
Jesus called politicians foxes, and in the country where Sarah Palin is being touted as presidential material, the issue of faith in politics has never been more deadly.
Researcher Rachel Tabachnick, reported regarding NAR videos that they "demonstrate the taking control of communities and nations through large networks of 'prayer warriors' whose spiritual warfare is used to expel and destroy the demons that cause societal ills. Once the territorial demons, witches, and generational curses are removed, the 'born-again' Christians in the videos take control of society."
"The movement's notion of "spiritual warfare" has spread from the California suburbs to an East-Coast inner city, and has impacted policy decisions in the developing world. Movement operatives are well-connected enough to have testified before Congress and to have received millions of dollars in government abstinence-only sex-education grants. Leaders in the NAR movement refer to themselves as "apostles.'"
Palin was 24, she joined a spiritual warfare network. Rachel Tabachnick,
"These communication networks allow apostles to disseminate new prophecy to their "prayer warriors.' During the presidential election this included prophecies about Palin, including one in which Glazier described a vision that Palin would take the "mantle' of leadership after a period of national mourning, apparently following John McCain's demise.
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